Rockabilly, Retro & Colour Pop Wedding Inspiration!

 

Quirky weddingI am so excited to finally share these images of the dip dye wedding dress I designed and created earlier this year, for a photo shoot collaboration, coordinated and styled by the creative genuius that is Vicky from Hooray for the Day. If you are looking for a wedding planner & stylist for your big day, look no further!

The shoot took place at the stunning Duncton Mill and there were so many awesome suppliers involved to create it! Vicky wanted to create a retro, rockabilly, colour pop shoot, and I think she certainly pulled it off, don’t you agree?!

This shoot is featured in issue 10 of Doily Days magazine, which is out now (hence why we had to keep the photos’ under wraps for what felt like an age, it was totally worth it though!)

The two amazing photographers, Lesley Burdett and Nicki Shea Photography did an amazing job at capturing it all!

Are you a bride to be, looking for something less traditional and a little bit quirky? If so, be sure to check out the full supplier list at the end of this post!

I really enjoyed creating this dress, it was the first dip dye dress I have done, so it took some experimentation at first (perhaps there’s a separate blog post in how it was done?!), but the end result was striking and the bold vibrant colours that the shoot was inspired by!

Would you go for a colourful dip dye wedding dress for your big day? I’d love to hear from you!

 

 

What do you think? Would love to hear your thoughts! Be sure to check out the suppliers involved in making it all happen;

Co-ordination and styling: Hooray for the Day
Photography: Lesley Burdett Photography and Timeless Photography
Brides dress: Louise Rose Couture
Hair and makeup: Dolly’s Beauty Parlour
Menswear: Bartlett & Butcher
Bell tent: Beautiful Bells
Felt bouquet and birdcage veil: Button & Bloom
Stationary: Claire Louise Creates
Location: Duncton Mill Fishery
Cakes: Jemima cakes
Flowers: Nell’s Flowers
Car: Macs Mustang Hire
Props: Not Your Average I Do